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Keeley plays the Creek

Stunning, charismatic, compelling - these are just a few words to describe the performances of singer/ songwriter Jana Keeley, who is about to release her debut album.

Tight weave for Guilty Conscience

It's too darn bad that the Peninsula Players and Pebbles Restaurant dinner dramas don't run for a longer time period.

Through a pinhole camera

I am standing inside a camera. It is not the latest digital wonder; in fact, it's very low tech.

Arts Council hosts two exhibitions

The Sunshine Coast Arts Council concurrently presents two exhibitions honouring the late Kasia Jabloska, an artist who lived in Garden Bay. A Free Spirit is a selection of Jabloska's art in a variety of media.

Elvis, Wolfman are in the building

In the musical, Blast from the Past, five kids from today's world get off at the wrong stop and wander into another time zone.

Artist awarded creative achievement

Roberts Creek jeweller and metalsmith Erin Dolman has recently won a top honour in a province-wide competition. Dolman was one of five artists from across B.C. who will be recognized at a gala ceremony April 12 as a winner of the inaugural B.C.

Coast's best at Festival Highlights

This year's Festival of the Performing Arts grand finale concert last Saturday opened with the latest generation, the young Music Makers' pennywhistlers, piping two tunes and closed with the adult Pender Harbour Choir.

Stories in faces, spirits in wood

Paul Heringer, the carver, starts his day like any other at a wooded campground on the Coast.

A finely crafted program

The eagerly anticipated joint recital debut by widely acclaimed Canadians Libby Yu, pianist and Yegor Dyachkov, cellist, at the Raven's Cry Theatre Sunday proved to be as close to perfection as one could hope for.

Writing for the Web

Gibsons editor Audrey Owen is passionate about writing for the web.